Jubes is a tasty, fruit-based dessert that’s high in fiber, but has zero grams of cholesterol and fat. It’s based around a sweet tasting dish called Nata-de-Coco, which is very popular among the health-conscious. These fruity, juicy treats can be incorporated into mixed drinks, desserts such as ice cream and jello, or they can just be eaten by themselves.
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NUTRITION FACTS Serving Size: 6.35 oz (180 g) Servings per Container: 2 Net wt. 12.7 oz (360 g) Drained Net wt: 7.40 oz (210 g)
INGREDIENTS Nata de coc, Water, Sugar, Pandan Flavour, Citric Acid (acidity regulator E330), Honey (0.01%)
Product of Indonesia
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
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I absolutely LOVE the Jubes! The Pandan and the Lychee (I grew up with these flavors of course, so I enjoy them) flavors are exceptional, not overly sweet, very nice texture and it's chewy which is a surprising delight (was a curious thing at first). The origin and process of this snack is very interesting, check it out on Wikipedia. It's one of my favorite snacks.
Wednesday Sep 17 2014 17:04
I normally love Jubes, but this flavor was kind of off. It tasted very flowery, almost like drinking perfume. The texture was fine, but the flavor was so overwhelming I couldn't eat it. I think I'll stick with the Strawberry and Mango flavors.
Wednesday Apr 17 2013 11:14
This is definitely full of fiber! The coconut water definitely keeps the jubes juicy and sweet. They feel like rubber, and once I bit into them their juice gushed out. They aren't very sweet, and after a while sort of tire the jaw.